The US offers scholarships to Cambodian students to study in top military academies.
The US names Patrick Murphy as its incoming ambassador to Cambodia.
Six large new wildfires erupted in the United States.
Trump’s top security adviser has urged Iran to take up an offer of talks with the US.
Trump says the new US sanctions on Iran are “the most biting sanctions ever imposed”.
Chinese state media lambaste US President Donald Trump’s trade policies.
China’s retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion of US goods showed rational restraint.
Manila will readily support the ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific’ strategy in the context of enhancing its defence ties with the United States as the Duterte administration tries to balance its relations with China, writes Christian Vicedo.
An easing of European banking regulation risks taking power from regulators to ensure banks can withstand crises.
Asean hopes to strike a joint agreement on cyber security with Russia.
US receives human remains it said it included Americans killed in the Korean War.
China says that “blackmail” wouldn’t work and that it would hit back if the United States takes further steps.
By relying on a broad and seemingly baseless national security exception, in its trade action against China,
The EU’s budget commissioner suggests to discuss mutual tariff cuts with the US.
Manchester United have not hit top gear on their pre-season tour of the United States.
The Supreme Court denies bail to two former Radio Free Asia reporters detained on espionage charges.
Cambodia’s upcoming general election on July 29 looks set to be its most controversial since its first national election in 1993.
North Korean denuclearisation, which has yet to begin, is also in Japan’s security interests.
The idea of a relaunch of the East Asian Economic Caucus could inflame some in the United States, but it could augur well for Southeast Asia, which is in need of a boost.
Japan’s exports to the United States fell for the first time in 17 months.